David Walker and Shaun Calleja review medical conditions affecting the stomach, including an update on management and treatment.43 mins
James McMurrough discusses the approach to this issue – including bronchoalveolar lavage, when to perform it, what to test and how to interpret results.
Francesco Cian discusses the case of a four-month-old male mixed-breed dog with a history of anorexia, weight loss and diarrhoea in his latest Haematology Hub.
Simon Tappin reviews the treatment options for this issue in dogs and cats, as well as the challenges they present.
Karen Perry and Emily Hartman use an unusual case example to demonstrate their approach to management of this joint disease in cats.
Radu Scortea and Toby Gemmill detail how to approach these types of injuries in small animal patients.
Kate Parkinson discusses common parasitic worms, and why anthelmintic use and client education are vital in lowering the risk of infection.
Stephanie Phillips explains, with the help of TVM UK, how activated charcoal can be used to treat and range of poison cases.
Karen Perry, in the final of a three-part article, discusses promising prospective treatments for this disorder in dogs.24 mins
Albane Fauron, in the first of a three-part series, discusses the background to this technology and the types available.
Alberto Palella Gómez discusses appropriate actions regarding the instance of a dog with a history of moderate eye discomfort.
Alex Gough runs the rule over research on foreign body removal in dogs and congenital sensorineural deafness in kittens, among other topics, in his monthly column.
Lotfi El Bahri describes the case of a German shepherd dog that presents after having ingested some insecticide.
Diego Rodrigo Mocholi details the anaesthetic considerations required for animals with heart disease – from perianaesthesia to recovery.
Hany Elsheikha delves into the new trends in flea and tick control, and discusses the importance of engaging clients.
Sarah Heath discusses the impact of noise phobias on pets, how and why they manifest, and the importance of ongoing comprehensive services to offer owners.
Francesco Cian discusses the case of an adult, domestic shorthair cat with clinical history of anappetence, weight loss and lethargy in his latest Haematology Hub column.
Nicolas Granger and Helene Vandenberghe discuss new insights into this condition and the genetics that cause it.25 mins
Selda Curtseit presents the case of Ella, a nine-year-old neutered female Rottweiler with a history of OA, in the latest of the occasional Case Notes series.
Kelly Bowlt Blacklock discusses this topic in dogs and cats, including attitudes towards pain and how to reliably assess patient pain levels.